Audio Phrasebook

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I think that where I live and work, we don't have a translation for what you probably mean by "teacher in charge of a class".
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How to call: a teacher in charge of a class
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"Feverish"?
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Is 'feverish' a good word to describe 'romance'?
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Skip the "the"
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In real life OR in the real life
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In real life OR in the real life
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No. I don't like that. At the least, add "the next one". Better still. "No, the one after". Even better "the following year".
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The contraction is less formal - otherwise it doesn't really matter
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How old is Anna?/How old's Anna?
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The contraction is less formal - otherwise it doesn't really matter
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How old is Anna?/How old's Anna?
German
Is It True?
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I read German better than I speak it.
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There is - is perfectly acceptable (most people would use this in spoken language) but there are - is grammatically more correct.
Japanese
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SAY: I like all Japanese food except Natto
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Gracias, dank u, obrigado, merci.
Spanish
Una taza de té, por favor
Spanish
Café con leche
Spanish
Un vaso de agua, por favor
Spanish
Quisiera algo de beber
Spanish
I would like something to drink.
Spanish
¡Ese fue un gran juego!
Spanish
¿Quién crees que ganará el partido?
English
Who do you think will win the game?
Spanish
¿A cuál equipo le vas?
French
Ets-ce que vous pourriez montrez-moi oú sur la carte?
English
"No. Its just a front i put up."
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How to describe a person is just faking his/her personality/traits?
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Still I have only - not I'm having which is rarely used in most contexes
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I have/I'm having a runny nose
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Still I have only - not I'm having which is rarely used in most contexes
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I have/I'm having a runny nose
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a bit of advice or a word of advice
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I have a "runny" nose
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I have/I'm having a runny nose
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Depends on the context